Caitlyn Jenner was presented with the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the annual ESPYs ceremony on Wednesday as her family cheered her on from the audience.
Caitlyn's son Brody Jenner, who came to the event to share his support, spoke with ET before the show and opened up about Caitlyn's transition, and the difference Brody has seen since Caitlyn introduced herself to the world.
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"[It's been] night and day," Brody said. "Big difference between Bruce and Caitlyn. Bruce had a lot of secrets, Caitlyn doesn't. It's just great to see Caitlyn in such great spirits finally. Living the life that she wants to live."
Brody added that Caitlyn has become "much freer, much more open" since transitioning openly this year, adding, "It's like getting to know a whole new person… It has been a journey for all of us but it's been great. It's been a good one."
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One thing that has made the journey easier for Brody, Caitlyn and the family has been the amount of acceptance from fans and the media.
"Everybody has been extremely supportive and the public as well," Brody shared. "We are very happy about that."
Brody's comments echoed those he made to ET earlier this month when he got candid about Caitlyn's transition and the public's reaction. Check out the video below to hear more from Brody about supporting Caitlyn during her big night at the ESPYs.